The forest industry has utilized remote sensing since the earliest days of aerial photogrammetry. Traditionally this has involved using stereoscopes and manual interpretation to extract three-dimensional information about the vertical forest structure. Often this information was not reliable, adequate, or timely enough to make fully informed decisions. With the advent of laser scanning, natural resource managers are experiencing and unprecedented shift in the tools at their disposal. Geo AdithyA's active LiDAR systems can now provide a direct 3-D measurement of vegetation and terrain surfaces with accuracy that was once only imagined.